A look at what's happening around the Bellmore and Merrick area on this Tuesday.
- Police are investigating a car fire that started at approximately 2:30 p.m. Monday on Ansbro Place in Bellmore. Click here for the details on the incident, in which nobody was injured.
- Looking for something to do? Check out the hand-painting class at the Merrick Library at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday's theme is martini glasses. For more information, click here. Or give back a little and head over to the Bellmore Library to donate blood from 2 to 8 p.m. today. This event is being held in memory of long-time Bellmore resident and Merrick-based orthodontist, Dr. Leonard Schreiber.
- Environmentalists from throughout Nassau County gathered at Merrick’s Norman J. Levy Park & Preserve Thursday to celebrate the Town of Hempstead’s composting and rain barrel initiative. Click here for the details on this.
- When the Mets lost one of the faces of their franchise last winter, a fear coursed through the fan base that the departure of Jose Reyes was the beginning of a mass exodus. Could David Wright, the franchise’s other face, once thought to be a pillar the team would build a championship team around, be next? Click here to discuss.
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